Your voices have been heard, and we’re now down to the Final Four. Though those of us tasked with writing the introduction for this stage of the competition were rooting for a Butner/Butler comparison (if only for the alliteration), Northern Pipeline managed to eke out a win in the Old Timers conference. Lionel trounced Bildisco, Timbers still won’t go down, and 203 North LaSalle’s heavy hitters were too much for the Owens Corning’s deep bench and team effort (get it? substantive consolidation?). While only two of five million brackets over at ESPN are flawless thus far, your bracket here at the Weil Bankruptcy Blog may still be intact. In the words of Coach Dale from Hoosiers, “We’re way past big speech time.” You know how it works by now. Remember to vote in the penultimate round of the Weil Bankruptcy Tournament. Voting closes Thursday 12:00 p.m. Eastern Time.
|Northern Pipeline Co. v. Marathon Pipeline Co.|
|In re Lionel|
|United Savings Assn. of Texas v. Timbers of Inwood Forest|
|Bank of Am. Nat’l Trust & Sav. Assoc. v. 203 North LaSalle St. P’ship|
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